Now showing items 7900-7919 of 20116

    • How to Modify Technology and Business Practices within the Mid-Sized Service Organization as a Way to Mitigate the Carbon Footprint 

      Hogan, Ryan (2011-07-06)
      The purpose of this study is to identify a set of selected modifications that can be made in relation to both technology and business in mid-sized service organization, as a way to mitigate the size of an organization’s ...
    • How to Select an Enterprise Resource Planning System for Small and Medium Enterprises 

      Page, Christian (University of Oregon, 2013-12)
      The purpose of this annotated bibliography is to address the key criteria for consideration at each stage when (a) identifying ERP system options, and (b) evaluating these options for the selection of an ERP system that ...
    • Howard Mortimore allotment grazing permit renewal decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (2009-02-25)
      Approves plan renewing grazing lease for ten years.
    • Howell allotment grazing permit renewal decision record 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Prineville District (2009-03-20)
      Approves plan renewing grazing lease for ten years.
    • Howling Wolf density management decision document 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2006-04-25)
      Announces decision to authorize implementation of the Howling Wolf density management timber sale following the project design features (PDFs) established in the Upper Umpqua Watershed Plan as adjusted in the Decision ...
    • Howling Wolf density management finding of no significant impacts 

      United States. Bureau of Land Management. Roseburg District Office (2006-06-29)
      Determines no environmental impact statement is needed for project located on 123 acres within the Late-Successional Reserve (LSR) land-use allocation. The stands that will be treated are second-growth forest between 33 ...
    • Hubbard : Comprehensive plan 

      Hubbard (Or.) (City of Hubbard (Or.), 2001)
      The Hubbard Comprehensive Plan is comprised of three (3) separate documents. The Comprehensive Plan was originally adopted by the city in 1977. Amendments to the Plan were adopted in 1997, 1999, and 2001. In 1999, the ...
    • Hubbard : Development code 

      Hubbard (Or.) (City of Hubbard (Or.), 2006)
      Development codes are ordinances implementing a local government’s comprehensive plan. They include two components: a zoning ordinance and a subdivision ordinance, which may be adopted and published as separate documents ...
    • Hubbard : Downtown plan 

      Hubbard (Or.); Oregon Downtown Development Association; VanderZanden, Mark; Bernhardt, Magnus; Bosch, Mary; Dugger, Vicki (City of Hubbard (Or.), 2003-06-26)
      This report is a summary of information collected and synthesized by the ODDA Resource Team while working in Hubbard May 24-26, 2003. It is based on the information presented at the May 26th final presentation. The ...
    • Hubbard : Parks master plan 

      Kinney, David W.; Hubbard (Or.) (City of Hubbard (Or.), 2007-05-08)
      The master plan work involved the following tasks: 1. Inventory of existing park sites including the preparation of base maps for each city park listing and photo documentation of the existing park facilities. 2. ...
    • Hubbard : Transportation system plan 

      Hubbard (Or.); Mid Willamette Valley Council of Governments (City of Hubbard (Or.), 1999-06-29)
      The Hubbard TSP was developed by a Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) composed of interested citizens, elected and appointed city officials, and transportation planning specialists from state agencies and Marion ...
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-01-13) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2006-01-13)
      This amendment would amend the local street standards in the by: Hubbard Transportation Plan. The amendments also amend the Hubbard Development Code (1) revising standards for caretaker residences in will the Industrial ...
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2006-03-22) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2006-03-22)
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2008-08-14) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2008-08-14)
      This amendment included adoption of a revised Economics Section of the Hubbard Comprehensive Plan and a 19-acre urban growth boundary expansion for future commercial and industrial use. --
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2008-08-14) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2008-08-14)
      The request as approved includes the annexation of property approximately 12.7 acres in size, a concurrent Comprehensive Plan Map change from Public to Low Density Residential, and a zone change from Marion County UTF ...
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2008-10-16) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2008-10-16)
      The proposal includes the annexation of property approximately 11.7 acres in size with a concurrcnt request to change the zoning from Marion County UT-5 (Urban Transitional 5 acres) to IC (Industrial Commercial).
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2009-02-17) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2009-02-17)
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2010-09-21) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2010-09-21)
      The proposed amendments: allow longer land use approval periods; clarify property line adjustment procedures; reconcile conflicting vision clearance area requirements; clarify setback requirements and expand the list of ...
    • Hubbard Notice of Adopted Amendment (2012-06-19) 

      Hubbard (Hubbard, 2012-06-19)
      The proposed amendments include the adoption of a new Transportation System Plan and related policy and code amendments. The TSP includes the adoption of revised transportation goals and policies, updated transportation ...